Ianna Andréadis’s artistic activity is characterised by her travels around the world (especially in Africa), during which she combines research and exploration with the production of lithographs, paintings and photographic reports, as well as creating covers for numerous publishing houses. After studying at the School of Fine Arts in Paris, she studied prehistory at the Institute of Art and Archaeology and took part in the work of finding rock art in France. She made the costumes for “Titus Andronicus” staged by Simon Abkarian and, in 2004, an art project in the context of the Olympic Games in Athens. In 2005 she presented “Cosmopolis Ivry-sur Seine” in Rhodes, an urban geometry project consisting of photographic portraits of people from different ethnic groups, all living in Ivry-sur Seine. Her works have been the subject of solo and group exhibitions in several countries.
photo © Franck Bordas